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Chapter 14 Preparation and Shipment of Material
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Figure 14-1.—TCMD.
described  in  subparagraphs  1  through  4  are  designated as  transportation  officers  as  follows: 1. 2. 3. 4. At  naval  activities  having  supply  organizations, the   senior   supply   officer   will   be   the transportation   officer.   Or   this   officer   may designate  an  assistant  to  act  as  the  transportation officer.  At  large  naval  activities,  an  officer  other than the one designated may be the household goods  transportation  officer. At naval activities having no supply officer, the commanding officer may designate an officer to perform  the  duties  of  the  transportation  officer. The  following  representatives  of  the  Naval Material Command and their official assistants are  designated  as  transportation  officers  with respect  to  material  procured  or  transported through  contracts  under  their  administration. a b. c. d. e. Naval  plant  representatives. Naval  plant  technical  representatives. Supervisors  of  shipbuilding,  United  States Navy. Naval   Facilities   Engineering   Command officer  in  charge  of  construction. Coast  Guard  inspectors  of  construction, when the Coast Guard is operating as part of the  Naval  Establishment. Industrial    managers,    assistant    industrial managers, and resident industrial managers of the   Naval   Ship   Systems   Command   are designated   as   transportation   officers   with respect  to  material  procured  or  transported through  contracts  under  their  administration. MILSTAMP MILSTAMP   provides   a   means   to   control   the performance  of  the  transportation  system  from  the shipper to the users. It also provides for the efficient use of the Defense Transportation System capabilities. It  permits  greater  efficiency  in  shipment  planning. Documents  used  are  uniform,  and  the  system  is compatible  with  MILSTRIP.  A  standard  transportation priority  system  is  based  on  the  Uniform  Material Movement and Issue Priority System (UMMIPS). MILSTAMP is mandatory for all military services and  other  agencies  using  the  Defense  Transportation System. It does NOT, however, apply to the following: Internal  shipments  on  military  installations  or local  area  shipments  in  support  of  satellite activities. MAP    (Military    Assistance    Program) movements  arranged  by  receiving  countries,  if the  DOD  Transportation  System  is  not  used. Shipments by mail. Shipments on commercial bills of lading from, to, or between contractor plants. Shipments of bulk petroleum products. Movement  of  passengers. TRANSPORTATION  CONTROL  AND MOVEMENT  DOCUMENT In  any  material  transportation  system,  there  is  a need   for   certain   information   and   data.   This   is accomplished with the use of a single comprehensive control  document.  This  document  is  referred  to  as  the Transportation  Control  and  Movement  Document,  DD Form 1384 or TCMD. The shipper is responsible for preparing the TCMD in its various forms and formats. These include the DD Form 1348, punch card formats, and  message  formats.  (See  figure  14-1.)  Any  DOD activity, fleet unit, government agency, or contractor making   authorized   shipments   within   the   DTS   is required to use TCMDs. Purpose of a TCMD The  TCMD  is  a  multipurpose  document  designd  to: identify the material in a shipment and provide needed transportation data It takes the place of airbills, Navy cargo documents, and material routing  sheets. obtain  clearance  and  provide  advance  notice  to intermediate   transshipment   points   that   a shipment is to be expected. provide   the   information   needed   to   trace   a shipment. Contents of TCMDs Prime Shipment Unit TCMD Data Elements are shown   in   figure   14-2. MILSTAMP   provides   an explanation of how to prepare the TCMD. Assignment of TCN At this time, the shipment’s unique identifying number, the Transportation Control Number (TCN) is determined and entered on the TCMD as described in MILSTAMP.  The  TCN  is  a  17-digit  number. 14-2

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